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Scaramanze


  • Kod: V5361
  • Producent: Naive (FR)
  • Kod producenta: 0822186053614
  • Wykonawca: Rolf Lislevand
  • Nośnik: CD
  • Kompozytor: Antologia
  • Cena: 63,99 zł
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Muzyka Barokowa
premiera polska:
2015-08-21,
Wydawnicto Audiofilskie

kontynent: Europa
kraj: Norwegia
opakowanie: digipackowe etui
opis:

multikulti.com:
Ten 54-letni Norweg znany jest zarówno jako muzyk typowo klasyczny jak i autor nagrań klasyfikowanych jako cross-over. Wystąpił na kilku albumach z utworami renesansowymi i barokowymi, m.in. w zespole słynnego wirtuoza wioli da gamba Jordi Savalla. Z kolei na obu albumach, nagranych dla wytwórni ECM "Nuove musiche" i "Diminuito" tematy utworów są wywiedzione z kompozycji twórców wczesnobarokowych (jak Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger, Domenico Pellegrini, Alessandro Piccini, Luys de Narvaez, Girolamo Frescobaldi), natomiast Lislevand potraktował je tylko jako motywy wyjściowe do improwizacji albo stylizacji.

Najnowszy album "Scaramanze" stanowi kontynuację tego drugiego nurtu w dorobku Lislevanda. Wykorzystując bardzo specyficzny repertuar kompozycji na gitarę i basso ostinato pochodzących z XVII - wiecznych Włoch, Lislevand tworzy czarodziejski, a jednocześnie współczesny świat oparty na improwizacjach inspirowanych dziełami takich kompozytorów jak Carbonchi, Corbetta, Granata, Pellegrini, a także muzyką tradycyjną.

excerpts from the liner notes

Continuing a line of striking albums for Naive, such as Murcia s Codex, 'Alfabeto', or Vivaldi s music for mandolin and lute, Rolf Lislevand now offers a recording that connects music from the past and sheds light from the present. From a very specific repertoire, works for guitar and basso ostinato in the Italian 17th century, Lislevand creates a bewitching and modern musical universe, based on music and improvisations inspired by Carbonchi, Corbetta, Granata, Pellegrini or traditional music. 'The ostinato bass, presented here in its most varied forms, consists, in technical terms, in the repetition of a harmonic formula or a melodic theme on which one elaborates a set of variations, which were originally improvised. These are often simple formulas, like the blues or the beat in our time, and yet they possess greater magic powers than a druidic potion. We went in search of the ostinato as a means of expression, as a musical form, and as a minimalist rhetorical and ritual phenomenon. If the ex-pression minimalist music has come to have a precise definition in the twentieth century, referring to a school of composition of which minimal-ism has become the primary characteristic, its origins go back many centuries further. Pieces on an ostinato bass the canario, the passacalle, the capona, the romanesca, the calata, and finally the scaramanza were employed in the service of the dance and in the theatre of the commedia dell arte; they encouraged meditation; but they were used above all as a free space for improvisation and the interplay of sonorities among related instruments, whether they were from the family of bowed strings, wind, per-cussion, or, notably, plucked strings. [...] With the exception of Corbetta s suite with countermelody for two gui-tars and Granata s suite, the actual form of the works and the entire melodic material present on this disc and used in the ostinato basses and the dances such as the tarantella come into the category of genuine improvisation.' by Rolf Lislevand

muzycy:
Rolf Lislevand: barock guitar, chitarra battente & lute
Thor-Harald Johnsen: barock guitar & chitarra battente
Björn Kjellemyr: colascione
Ulrik Gaston Larsen: barock guitar & theorbo

utwory:
1. Carbonchi: Romanesca
2. Granata: Capprici Armonici
3. Carbonchi: Capona
4. Corbetta: Passacaille - Prélude - Sarabande - Gigue
5. Carbonchi: Calata Per Cantare
6. Lislevand/Traditional: Tarantella
7. Carbonchi: Corrente Franzese
8. Pellegrini: Passacagli Per Tutte Le Lettere
9. Carbonchi: Scaramanze
10. Sarabande
11. Lislevand/Traditional: Canarios

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